Price fixing, market allocation, bid rigging, and abuse of dominant position rank high on the Romanian competition authority's radar these days. Companies that adopt any of these anti-competitive behaviours or otherwise fail to comply with competition rules can face serious consequences, including even harsher fines than before. Having a compliance programme in place is essential, but it can do only so much to protect a company unless it is regularly revised and carefully implemented.
- What are the most common sources of anti-competitive behaviour on a company level?
- What steps should companies take to avoid pitfalls under competition law?
- How often should compliance programmes and systems be revised to make sure they shield a company from competition risks?
Join us to keep up to date regarding best practices in Romania. If you are a general counsel/ legal manager or compliance manager, this will be particularly interesting for you.
Schoenherr Bucharest EU & competition team
5:00 pm | registration & welcome
5:15 pm | presentation on the legal topic
6:00 pm | wine, dine & networking
Participation by invitation only. If you would like to receive an invitation, please contact our Bucharest PR manager Daniela Bădoi by e-mail at d.badoi [@] schoenherr.eu. Limited seats available on a first come, first served basis.
We look forward to meeting you at this in person event. Our main concern is the safety of the participants and speakers. That is why we are keeping a close eye on Covid-19 pandemic developments. In case restrictions are reintroduced that might impede us from holding the event, we will let you know and reschedule it.